With starting safety Quintin Demps out indefinitely with a broken forearm, three-year veteran Adrian Amos will be filling in. Being inserted into the starting lineup won’t be anything new for the Penn State product. Amos was a starter since his rookie year, and has started 30 of the 31 games he played in during his first two years in the league. The offseason signing of Demps, along with the emergence of rookie Eddie Jackson, pushed Amos back on the depth chart. I’m sure that Amos’ presence in the secondary won’t hinder the Bears. We’ll just have to see how well he plays with three new faces in the defensive backfield against the great Aaron Rodgers.